STLPool2017 I'm so happy for you that you are finally getting all this resolved.I had the fiberglass guy talk to the Plaster company and it was determined that the fiberglass walls needed to be done first after the floor was blasted and then the new plaster floor would be laid in. The plaster company is rated the best in the St. Louis area for redoing pool plastering and they are the ones that just put in the tile at the top of the fiberglass walls. Everything was sealed between the top of the fiberglass walls and the coping. I was very impressed.
Paradyme is also who we used on this 4th finish attempt. They are coming out today to see if they can resolve the rest of the issues we have. Still looks like a repaired pool even though we had it sandblasted down and plastered. I feel like it should look new after all that. Lots of areas where the finish isn't at the edges of the tile or the cleaning heads. A few lumps of finish here and there. But mostly frustrating, where a crack was repaired after the plaster was on, it still looks cracked.I also recommend Paradyme Coatings. They did a great job with my pool.
What do the areas look like where the aquabright flaked off?First post here. I'm in Central Ohio. Broke ground in the fall of 17 on a new build and completed in spring of 18. Pool is a hybrid pool - Concrete Floor/Alpha Evolution fiber-reinforced composite panels/walls. Was sold on the durability, maintenance free, indestructible attributes to AB/Ecofinish. Started noticing flaking towards the end of summer last year. This summer has been a mess with peeling/flaking. I don't know what their plan is to fix or address, but the builder says that Alpha will be coming this fall to fix and reshoot. This is just after one weekend and what I could collect on the bottom of the pool and floating.....My filter is filled with flakes after vacuuming. View attachment 117688